Genealogy Data Page 43 (Notes Pages)

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COTTON, Sir Richard (b. Abt 1539, d. 14 Jun 1602)

Given Name: Sir Richard
Death: 14 Jun 1602 Stoke in Warwickshire, England
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:31

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MAINWARING, Mary (b. , d. by 14 June 1578)
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 71
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Mary
Death: by 14 June 1578
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:29

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COTTON, Sir George (b. Abt 1505, d. 25 Mar 1545)
Note: Knighted by King Henry VIII in or before 1542
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 70
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: Sir George
Death: 25 Mar 1545 Combermere, Salop, England
Change: Date: 30 Mar 2003
Time: 19:02

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ONLEY, Mary (b. , d. 14 Mar 1559-1560)
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 70
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: will dated 15 Nov. 1537, ws proven 16 may 1538
Given Name: Mary
Death: 14 Mar 1559-1560 Combermere, Salop, England
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:36

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COTTON, John (b. Abt 1465, d. ?)
Given Name: John
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:40

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MAINWARING, Cecily (b. , d. Bef 1516)
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 164
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Cecily
Death: Bef 1516
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:42

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MAINWARING, Thomas (b. Abt 1450, d. 1508)
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 164
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: Thomas
Death: 1508
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:44

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DE SUTTON, Jane (b. , d. ?)
Given Name: Jane
Change: Date: 30 Mar 2003
Time: 18:51

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DE SUTTON, Sir John (b. 25 Dec 1400, d. 30 Sep 1487)
Note: The first Lord Dudley, or Baron Dutton of Dudley, by 1423-24, he was a Knight of the Garter by 1459.
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 236
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: Sir John
Death: 30 Sep 1487
Burial: St. James Priory, Dudly England
Change: Date: 30 Mar 2003
Time: 18:51

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DE BERKELEY, Elizabeth (b. , d. Bef 8 Dec 1478)
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 236
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: Elizabeth
Death: Bef 8 Dec 1478
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:52

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KEENEY, Porter (b. Abt 1798, d. 27 Jun 1801)
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 56, p. 348
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: The Records of the Church in Bolton, Conn.
An Account of Deaths from June, 1763
27 Jun 1801 - Porter, Son of Richard KENEY, Col'ry morbus, 3
Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: Gravestone
Title: Gravestone
Page: East Cemetery, Manchester, CT
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: "In Memory of Porter son to Mr Richard & Mrs Margret Keeney who died June 27th 1801 in the 3rd year of his age"
Object:
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File: C:\Documents and Settings\Paul Lange\My Documents\Legacy Links\Porter Keeney GS.jpg
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Given Name: Porter
Death: 27 Jun 1801 Bolton, CT
Burial: East Cemetery, Manchester, CT
Change: Date: 17 Apr 2003
Time: 17:56

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KEENEY, Alexander (b. , d. 21 Nov 1760)
Note: Lohr/Nutmegger: Their son, Alexander Keeney of East Jersey (whose wife, Hannah Keene is mentioned in the will of her father, Obadiah Sale of Newark, Essex co., N.J. on April 6, 1722 (. New Jersey Archives wills 1:400 Sale; 1:416 Shepard; 2:313 Lyon )), sojourned with Isaac Nichols at Derby, Conn. from Dec. 1722 to March 1723, then he went to Deerfield, Mass. and back to Derby April and May 1723. (TAG; 7:3).

He bought land in Newtown, Fairfield Co., Conn. in 1725 (Fairfield Co. Deeds 3:72). On Aug. 30, 1726, in Fairfield Co., Conn. he petitioned for divorce from his wife, Hannah, nee Searles, charging her with adultery, and it was granted in 1727. (TAG, 7:3; 8:2).

He owned the covenant in Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., Conn. on Feb. 15, 1735 (History of Elizabethtown, N.J. by Hatfield, pg. 262-3), and had land in Kent, Litchfield Co., Conn. in 1747, 1748, 1751(Litchfield Co. Deeds 1:249, 337; 2:85),

He died in Bethlehem, Conn. Nov. 21, 1760, and on Feb. 3, 1761 at Woodbury Probate (Woodbury Probate File 2596), widow Rachel (Keeney) Bradley said her father Allescander Keeney, late of said Woodbury, deceased, died intestate, and on April 12, 1761 his estate was declared insolvent (Woodbury Probate File 2596).

Card file at Conn. State Lib. (from Mrs. Winifred Brachvogel)
Alexander Keeney owned the covenant 15 Feb. 1735. d. 21 Nov. 1760 Bethlehem, Litchfield Co. CT. (just north of Woodbury) "At a Court of Probate held in Woodbury February ye 3rd, 1761, the widow Rachel Bradley of Woodbury appeared and informed that her Father Allescander Keeney Late of sd. Woodbury Deceased Died Intestate and Desired that administration might be granted unto her in Conjunction with Benjamin Wheeler of Woodbury. Whereupon this Court Did on ye Date above written Grant letters of Administration unto them Sufficient Bond being given." 12 April 1761 estate declared insolvent. Court appointed Hezekiah Hooker and Christopher Prentiss to review claims and demands on sd. insolvent estate and make a return in six months.

The American Genealogist 32:156 Early divorce petitions of Fairfield Co., CT. Keeney-Searls. Alexander Keeny of Stratford pet. 30 Aug. 1726 that he m. many years ago, Hannah Searls; he charges her with adultery and that she had a child b. at Elizabethtown, NJ about 10 Jan. 1723/4. Rev. Mr. Joseph Moss of Derby test. that Alexander Kenny (sic) of East Jersey sojourned with Isaac Nichols of Derby from Dec. 1722 until March next, then went north as far as Deerfield and returned to Derby Apr. or May 1723. Test. of Hannah Meeker of Elizabeth Town, midwife, that Hannah wife of Alexander Keney had a child in August 5 years ago, and another on 4 or 5 Feb. 2 years ago.

Rachel Kinne b. ca. 1714 of Elizabethtown NJ m. 5 Oct. 1743 Jehiel Bradley at New Haven, Ct. They had a son and grandson named Searl
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Page: "Alexander Keeney and His Wife, Hannah Searles/Sale", Jean B. Lohr, CSG #1215, p. 568-569
Quality of data: 4
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Given Name: Alexander
Death: 21 Nov 1760 Bethlehem, Conn.
Change: Date: 24 Apr 2003
Time: 20:49

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KEENEY, Mrs. Alexander (b. , d. ?)
Given Name: Mrs. Alexander
Change: Date: 18 Apr 2003
Time: 07:16

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SALES, Obadiah (b. , d. ?)
Note: Hannah Keene is mentioned in the will of her father, Obadiah Sale of Newark, Essex Co., N.J. on April 6, 1722 (New Jersey Archives wills 1:400 Sale; 1:416 Shepard; 2:313 Lyon )
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Page: "Alexander Keeney and His Wife, Hannah Searles/Sale", Jean B. Lohr, CSG #1215, p. 568-569
Quality of data: 4
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Given Name: Obadiah
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 08:58

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SALES, Mrs. Obadiah (b. , d. ?)
Given Name: Mrs. Obadiah
Change: Date: 18 Apr 2003
Time: 07:34

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KEENEY, Rachel (b. Abt 1714, d. 8 Jan 1784)
Note: Lohr/Nutmegger: On Feb. 3, 1761 at Woodbury Probate (Woodbury Probate File 2596), widow Rachel (Keeney) Bradley said her father Allescander Keeney, late of said Woodbury, deceased, died intestate, and on April 12, 1761 his estate was declared insolvent (Woodbury Probate File 2596).

Rachel Keeney, his daughter, was of Elizabethtown, N.J. when she married in New Haven, Conn. Oct. 5, 1742, Jehihel Bradley, son of Richard and Olive (Root) Bradley. Widow Rachel Bradley died at Woodbury, Conn. Jan. 8, 1784 (Cothren's Woodbury, pg. 242 Woodbury Deaths; 562 Bethlehem deaths).

The American Genealogist 32:156 Early divorce petitions of Fairfield Co., CT. Keeney-Searls: Alexander Keeny of Stratford pet. 30 Aug. 1726 that he m. many years ago, Hannah Searls; he charges her with adultery and that she had a child b. at Elizabethtown, NJ about 10 Jan. 1723/4. Rev. Mr. Joseph Moss of Derby test. that Alexander Kenny (sic) of East Jersey sojourned with Isaac Nichols of Derby from Dec. 1722 until March next, then went north as far as Deerfield and returned to Derby Apr. or May 1723. Test. of Hannah Meeker of Elizabeth Town, midwife, that Hannah wife of Alexander Keney had a child in August 5 years ago, and another on 4 or 5 Feb. 2 years ago.

Rachel Kinne b. ca. 1714 of Elizabethtown NJ m. 5 Oct. 1743 Jehiel Bradley at New Haven, Ct. They had a son and grandson named Searl
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Page: "Alexander Keeney and His Wife, Hannah Searles/Sale", Jean B. Lohr, CSG #1215, p. 568-569
Quality of data: 4
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: The American Genealogist
Page: 32:156 Early Divorce Petitions of Fairfield Co., CT
Quality of data: 4
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Given Name: Rachel
Death: 8 Jan 1784 Woodbury, CT
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 08:59

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BRADLEY, Jehihel (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Page: "Alexander Keeney and His Wife, Hannah Searles/Sale", Jean B. Lohr, CSG #1215, p. 568-569
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Jehihel
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 09:07

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BRADLEY, Richard (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Page: "Alexander Keeney and His Wife, Hannah Searles/Sale", Jean B. Lohr, CSG #1215, p. 568-569
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Richard
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 08:59

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ROOT, Olive (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: The Connecticut Nutmegger
Page: "Alexander Keeney and His Wife, Hannah Searles/Sale", Jean B. Lohr, CSG #1215, p. 568-569
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Olive
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 08:59

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HILLS, Mrs. Joseph (b. , d. ?)
Given Name: Mrs. Joseph
Change: Date: 18 Apr 2003
Time: 09:18

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